Car Collides with School Bus in Marshfield, Injuring Three

According to news reports, a serious bus crash today in Marshfield on Route 3A caused two individuals to be MedFlighted to trauma centers for help. A full sized school bus apparently crashed into a Ford station wagon that had run a stop sign at an intersection. The two seriously injured individuals were MedFlighted were riding in the station wagon, and the third woman in the wagon was seriously injured as well. The South Shore Community Action Council (SSCAC) bus was carrying 11 preschool students and 3 adults, on the way to South Shore Head Start and Day Care, who were all wearing seat belts and were uninjured.

Buses are clearly a very economical mode of transportation that has become nearly essential today, particularly in the transport of children. At the same time, history has shown that buses-along with other larger vehicles-are more prone to turn-overs and can cause incredible amounts of damage when involved in accidents. The SSCAC bus involved in this accident was owed by the privately owned SSCAC, a non-profit on the South Shore to aid low-income individuals.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car, bus or truck crash in Massachusetts, you should contact an experienced car accident attorney to determine whether you may be able to financially recover.

Three women injured in Marshfield bus accident,, March 21, 2012
Marshfield authorities investigating crash involving school bus; MedFlight requested,, March 21, 2012

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